What causes persistent nausea with history of coronary heart disease?
It can be due to your liver issues
Hi! Welcome to health care magic!
First of all, it is sad to know what you had gone through. Based on the history you have shared, it seems as if your current issue of nausea can be related to liver pathology. However keeping in view the history of coronary artery disease, an EKG should be done to rule out active ischemic changes. Otherwise you can continue loprin for that. If EKG is normal and cardiologist review and follow up can be sought regularly.
Take a detailed review by a gastroentrologist, and get liver function tests along with Amylase level,serum electroytes, and albumin and if needed fresh ultrasound to monitor current status of liver cirrhosis. If needed he may ask for oesophagoduodenoscopy (endoscopy) to look for any pathology relating to stomach or esophagus. Meanwhile you may continue using antacids like Omeperazole along with motility agents like Domperidone. Meanwhile take soft diets and avoid constipation.
The urinary tract infection that you have mentioned needs further evaluation by sending urine cultures and antibiotics can be given accordingly.
Wishing you a speedy recovery. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask. Regards.
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